Interpreting and Safeguarding our Modernist Landscape Heritage

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Lectures

Interpreting and Safeguarding our Modernist Landscape Heritage

Interpreting and Safeguarding our Modernist Landscape Heritage
May 24, 2013
Toronto,
United States
Thursday May 23, 6:30 – 8:00 p.m., U of T’s Daniels Faculty, 230 College St., Rm. 103, Toronto

Thursday May 23, join us for an exciting lecture by Charles Birnbaum of The Cultural Landscape Foundation. Charles will be discussing the interpretation and conservation of modernist landscapes as a part of how we continue to build and evolve the public realm of the city. We look forward to how this conversation will allow us to think productively about the past and future of Toronto’s built fabric.

Charles will also be participating in two other events: a Cultural Landscape Evening of food and drinks, hosted at Gilead on Friday May 24 at 7 p.m.; and a Doors Open Jane’s Walk in Toronto’s Yorkville, Saturday May 25 at 10 a.m.

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230 College Street
Room 103
Toronto, M5T 1R2
United States